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Golola Moses, Sanyuka TV strike deal for special workout show

Many of us know the benefits of regular exercise but have either been lazy to start working out, or too busy. The good news is that Sanyuka TV, one of the most-watched Luganda channels on the StarTimes platform, now gives you the opportunity to start your workout plan or continue your workouts on a daily basis.

In a daily show hosted by famous kickboxer, Moses Golola, viewers are now participating in workouts, a power challenge, and diet tips, all geared towards a healthier life.

The show, dubbed “Kakole ne Golola,” features celebrities, CEOs, and other high-profile personalities who join Golola daily for workout sessions via remote conferencing service, Zoom. The show runs from 6:30am to 7am every day for the duration of the lockdown period.

The lockdown period had previously seen many Ugandans swarm the roads for evening jogs, something that was strongly condemned by health professionals and President Museveni because it violated social distancing principles. Museveni went on to encourage Ugandans to work out in their homes, even releasing his own home workout video. Golola’s workout show on Sanyuka TV now comes to guide Ugandans through this.

“Kakole ne Golola” is only the latest addition to an already great lineup of Sanyuka Tv programming, which is primarily sport and entertainment program. Shows such as Big Deal (Ssenga Nantume & Leila Kachapizo), Music Taxi (Mukunja & Aliyah) Uncut (Zahara Totto & Ozie), Morning Express (Hatma Naluggwa Ssekaya, Kays and Brian Wako), The Wardrobe (Irene Naava), Lunchtime Sports (Baker Kigogo, Michael Kigozi & Solomon Ssaka), Endiba Yaffe (Pius Serugo, Martin Kaddu & Joel Muyita), The Bench (Baker Kigongo), among others, are part of their exciting lineup.

Sanyuka TV are also the official broadcasters of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, as supported by MTN.

“Kakole ne Golola” is yet another special package that Next Media have put together in line with the COVID-19 lockdown in Uganda, along with the daily 4:30pm special COVID-19 news updates, as well as the restructured weekend late-night party shows; Katch Up (Friday), Saturday Night Live (Saturday) and Late Chat (Sunday), further re-emphasizing their stature at the top.

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